Trainer Jason Servis, who trains Firenze Fire and was looking forward to running in the Jerome Stakes on Monday at Aqueduct — on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. Unfortunately, that race was cancelled due to weather concerns. Going in, Servis said

After a nearly two-month break, the Jason Servis trainee will make his Aqueduct debut.

“He’s being doing OK, so we’ll see what happens,” Servis said. “I’m not looking for anything particular except a good race.”

I wasn’t concerned about the distance. No matter where you put her, she’s going to try. She’s push button. We’re looking at the Santa Anita Oaks next (Grade I, $400,000, 1 1/16 miles on April 7).

“I thought she had ’em (when asked his thoughts about her going two turns for the first time, especially in the last half-mile). When you press on her and you ask her, she just kicks it (in) . . . She’s that good. It’s not the surface.”

Bill Spawr, trainer of Midnight Bisou